Glen Deakin

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About Glen Deakin

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  • Birthday 04/22/1979

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    Toronto Canada
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  • About
    Toronto sound mixer / boom OP. Also play saxophone, flute, clarinet and oboe.

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  1. Thanks. Well aware of cinela for the 4017b. I have that but lately have been using the 4017c and am looking for something for it.
  2. Does cinela now have a mount available for the 4017c with anfoam windscreen? I have not seen anything one their website. Please if someone knows what mount is available please provide info on here.
  3. Made. Believe he does not make them anymore. :(.
  4. Are these available for the fb3 trx?
  5. Can't imagine going back to screwing the mic to the top of the pole.
  6. The 4017c is awesome. What suspension are you using with the microphone?
  7. Decisions decisions. Sound devices 633 might be a good option. Might want to surf the many topics on this forum
  8. If it works then why not?
  9. I will second the ASC mod. It's great. It does not move. And not terribly expensive.
  10. After a while if doing it becomes just finger memory. Never really thought about the process. The fingers or a stylus usually just fly and do the work.
  11. Ahhhh the memories
  12. You make the deva sound like an ancient recorder. It may be older but it does many things far easier then alot of the newest ones out there.
  13. Nice mod.
  14. And it's time it was a kick-ass machine and still is. At that time it was was a perfectly acceptablethe media. Yes things have changed and have gone to more solid state for hand-off however options have been given to work with newer media
  15. Only port available for transfer is the FireWire port. If that works then a good option would be a FireWire card reader. I had great success using a SanDisk Extreme CF FireWire reader.